Leveraging MVC features in a ASP.NET WebForms project
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How to get Unity ASP.NET Identity and Database first Entity Framework to play nice together.
Scheduling Tasks in Umbraco has always been a lacking feature, but there is an easy way to trigger background tasks with Hangfire.
Implementing editable rows of items, with add and remove functionality for strongly typed MVC views.
Dependency Injection allows the developer to remove coupling between separate elements in a system making code more testable, maintainable and extensible.
Keep your logs with your application, setup a log file to catch any unhandled exceptions in an ASP.NET MVC application with log4net.
Using Unity for dependency injection can make your code easier to maintain and test, as a bonus it is fairly straight forward to setup in an Mvc project.
Allowing a single application to return themed views without code duplication.
Some of the common scenarios that may cause issues with bundles in Umbraco MVC and their solutions.
Creating re-usable MVC views across project libraries.
There are a number of ways to optimize your MVC Umbraco application which can be achieved with little code effort.